South Division High School shooting threat made: MPS

MPD responds to shooting threat at South Division High School

A lockdown at Milwaukee's South Division High School was lifted Wednesday afternoon after a school shooting threat was made, the school district told FOX6 News.

According to police, the school received of a call from a suspect of a potential school shooting. 

A lockdown was initiated, MPS said, and families were notified by school leaders of the situation. MPS did not state when the lockdown took effect or when it was lifted.

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